Let justice prevail in Ghana League as most of the players' from these topflight teams leave the team and their cash over there and continue their career elsewhere. Kotoko and Hearts of Oak has been the worrisome club who encounter such player issues all the time. The PSC were consulted by Mathew Kelvin Andoh, Abass Mohammed, Evans Owusu and Stephen Tetteh Aryiku regarding the club’s unilateral termination of their contracts. The petition submitted by the aforementioned players outlined outstanding salaries and signing on fees by Kotoko.
Asante Kotoko have been barred from making new signings during the upcoming second Ghana transfer window after being found guilty of breaching the contracts of four former players during their stint with the club. The second registration window of the 2020-21 Premier League season is set to open on February 16 and run until March 18. The Porcupine Warriors have won the league title on 23 occasions, four more wins than arch-rivals Hearts of Oak. The most successful club in the history of the Ghana Premier League, Kotoko are regarded as arguably the biggest club in the West African nation.
Asante Kotoko SC was been fined an amount of GHC6,000.00 last year for fans misconduct in their Ghana Premier League match against Aduana played in Kumasi. Asante Kotoko is the 6th biggest football team and professional club in Continent and Africa and arguably the biggest club in Ghana; Asante Kotoko has a speculated ten million (10,000,000) followers and in the year 2011, Asante Kotoko and Sunderland AFC respective club executive Chairmen's engaged in strategic and positive discussions on both clubs collaborating.
It has been alleged that the Lawyer who intercede for Asante Kotoko during the case with Esperance on Emmanuel Clotteys' contractual issues. However, Percy Allotey in an interview with Kumasi based Fox FM on the Focal sports show hosted by Rockson Adjei Yeboah says his agency is yet to receive their portion of the agency fee and has therefore cautioned the Asante Kotoko CEO to pay their $15,000 of the $150,000 contract sum or face court action.
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